Making a decision about your major or career path may feel overwhelming. Exploring your options is a process, and each action you take will create clarity for you.
Identify the skills you already have. Skills don’t need to be built only through paid positions, they are built through any experience where you focus on tasks to get something done.
Your resume is oftentimes your first impression. This document is critical and could be your only chance to convince the employer you are qualified for the position you applied for.
Cover letters are your opportunity to expand on the information in your resume. It is important to think of your cover letter as a bridge that connects what you bring to what the employer wants.
Interviewing can be one of the most anxiety-producing parts of the job search. The good news is there is much you can do to come to interviews feeling informed, prepared and practiced.
Salary negotiation may seem like a risky proposition for most college graduates seeking their first full-time position. It’s always best to have a strategy in mind when you get to this point of the hiring process.